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PC Restarting after Screen Breaks

So today my pc started crashing, followed by a restart. My monitor breaks (Image) and I have no idea whats going on.

Please Help

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Look at windows crash log. Might find something useful. Hope it's a driver issue only.聽

What I see here is that GPU failed to compose an image, so the site crashed and gave you a support code. Maybe that's a driver issue, maybe hardware issue. Try to load up the GPU with a synthetic test, see how it holds up. If it crashes, completely uninstall the driver with DDU (display driver uninstaller), then reinstall it. See if the problems persists.

I hope it's nothing major. But if that doesn't fix it, you might have a dying card. I might be wrong though聽

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What I gather from this is that its probably a driver error.

How do I fix it?

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I don't know whats changed but my recent crashes have been from "Kernel-Power" not from the drivers.

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22 hours ago, Light-Yagami said:

Look at windows crash log. Might find something useful. Hope it's a driver issue only.聽

What I see here is that GPU failed to compose an image, so the site crashed and gave you a support code. Maybe that's a driver issue, maybe hardware issue. Try to load up the GPU with a synthetic test, see how it holds up. If it crashes, completely uninstall the driver with DDU (display driver uninstaller), then reinstall it. See if the problems persists.

I hope it's nothing major. But if that doesn't fix it, you might have a dying card. I might be wrong though聽

Yeah I reinstalled the drivers and its still happening, although in the event viewer, it only says Kernel-Power when I crash.

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